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, the attorney general, but we had an election a couple years ago, and the calls in part, he perpetrated this myth, he was re-elected. >> and speaking of myths being perpetrated and this administration responding in peculiar ways, marilyn tavvenner, the centers for medicaid and medicaid services basically telling the congressmen of the united states to go to hell. she would not respond as to how many people had been enrolled under healthcare.gov. we have no idea because this administration obviously has ordered -- this president has ordered agency heads and to sto congress of the united states. >> yeah, lou. and it is amazing coming from someone who promised to be the most transparent administration since the dinosaurs roamed the earth. and you have fast and furious and benghazi and the nsa and the irs and now the obama care rollout where committees of congress, an equal branch of government that has a constitutional responsibili to provide oversight can't get what all to be available which is how many people have enrolled? >> absolutely. conforming to the administration's method of oper
is election eve, as such goes, tomorrow's elections are being styled as a referendum on obamacare. and administration that has been dishonest with americans, the biggest problem for the president, is that millions of americans are learning first hand. dimensions of that dishonesty, i am lou dobbs. >> good evening we're just hours away tonight from polls opening across the country. residents of some of the nation's big of cities are set to choose their next may irs, es or -- mayors and gubernatorial's elections in a few states. bill deblasio could be first registered democrat to be elected new york city mayor in two decades, union cash, floods boston mayor race as pro labor martin walsh trying to fend off john conley, a diagramcrat pushe -- democrat pushed by republicans for his small government views, mayoral race coming down to the wire in detroit. chris christie looking to cruise to reelect in new jersey. in virginia. republican candidates, cuch nelly closing the gap on his democratic opponent, and terry mcauliffe. with a number of other polls tightening, quoting the race, withi
of the obvious facts. damaging to the president felt damaging to the democrats. in the next election, the midterm election next year are likely to see an uphill struge unless a miracle occurs and they solve their problems very, very quickly. gerri: more importantly a disaster for individual americans who might never thought they could get some good deal on the exchange. thank you for coming on. appreciate your time. >> thanks. gerri: but obamacare is dismal start is not going to stop the embattled health and human services secretary gates to from touting it. hitting the road again, this time in memphis, tennessee. >> reporter: good evening. hhs secretary kathleen sebelius and the obama administration continued to sell obamacare. numbers are released showing dismal enrollment figures. hours later the secretary ys in memphis at an enrollment center refusing to say whether the numbers are accurate. only that the administration has yet to establish an enormous number because the problems of this -- problems with the system >> i don't know what members were gathered and where they came from. federal a
by november, 2014. that's a pivotal election month. it's a year from now. huge implications. we're going to detail it for you throughout the program today. there's other big news and headlines for you as well. look at this, judicial watch reports that former irs official lois lerner shared confidential tax info with the federal elections committee. if true, that would be a felly. 48 million people on food stamps facing cuts in the program. 36 bucks a month. 420 a year cut. last item, french soccer going on strike. the reason, french president hollande won't give the teams and players an exemption from that 75% tax on million dollar sales, they're striking. we haven't forgotten about your money. it's all about tech. apple's new ipad on sale today, that and more obamacare bombshells in a moment. [ bagpipes and drums playing over ] [ music transitions to rock ] make it happen with the all-new fidelity active trader pro. it's one more innovative reason serious investors are choosing fidelity. get 200 free trades when you open an account. and this pk is the inside of your body. see, the speci
, but when he watching for on election night? >> as most economists have downgraded their forecast for the second half of the year, we will. ns coming up on tuesday. new york mayoral race. as we see this ideological divide between those that like to have meaningful reform and we have a very important interview coming up with you looking >> absolutely. you know, glad you got that in there. derrick, what are you looking at? >> interesting about the election you mentioned, neil, for the first time in about 40 years most of the elections are already decided. no upsets expected to happen. i want to get lots of rest and wake up to the factory orders report on monday morning. why does it matter to our viewers? first of all it's a gauge of the health of the manufacturing sector. think about planes, trains, automobiles, how the big ticket orders get made is the gauge of the health of the economy. >> we will watch it closely and the election on tuesday. >>> ladies and gentlemen, "imus in the morning." >> well, i've been looking forward to this day all day -- >> what? >> all week. i know what
gubernatorial election, president bill clinton on the campaign trail or democratic candidate terry mcauliffe, my next guest, joined by senator rand paul. joining us is the republican candidate, virginia attorney general and republican gubernatorial candidate ken cuccinelli. great to have you with us. i mean, there's a lot of firepower there in virginia. this ought to be kind of a simple deal. you against terry mcauliffe, what's going on? >> well, a lot's going on here with eight days to go, lou. so today we traveled the state with senator rand paul from lynchburg to virginia beach to fairfax county. so we covered the three corners of the state, more or less. and reached hundreds of people with rallies and really turned them back out onto the streets, literally, to contact other voters and to really fire up our volunteers so we can be reaching people one on one. these are low turnout races in these odd years. and it's critically important that people be talking to voters one at a time in person to turn them out. >> now, are you connecting with working men and women in that state? and the reason i
it or not in the midterm election. >> far from giving up, the gop is gearing up. texas' senator ted crews spent the weekend hunting game and those in iowa over the first presidential caucuses. >> an administration that seems bent on violating every constitutional protection that we have in the bill of rights. >> also featured republicans vying the white house and slamming obamacare symptomatic of a liberal in tmz. both sides are playing referendum politics across the country right now in buying of u.s. presidential campaigns for the next three years. virginia votes in seven days. lou: thank you. more on the race for the governorship in virginia. he will be talking with republican candidates virginia attorney general can digitally here ledger on the broadcast. we're coming right back. on wall street, stocks finishing flat ahead of the 2-day federal reserve meeting. the dow lost one point, began to closing in a new record high. the nasdaq down three. apple's shares down in after-hours trading following a decline in fourth quarter earnings. we are coming right back. ♪ >> the first eyewitness tells a sto
elections both in the house, and senate? no. not really. at all. i think that is wishful thinking on her part, as soon as the government shut down goes away, next thing, which is going -- now, is obamacare, obamacare web site, the irs is implementing the penalties and what that is going to be. and to determine people have insurance, there is more coming down that will be on their heads. neil: you could argue though, there is logic to nancy pelosi was saying in terms of already the party challenges to those republican congressmen and women, who either went along with this, they would -- they would potentially hand a safe republican seat to a democrat, happened before, you need that in some big numbers, 717 or 18 to get you there but it is possible. >> it is possible. when we sat down with nancy pelosi, she was very happy, she was saying, that for first time, they will pick up seats, not as far as a joe namath-like predict. but she is bullish, it helped democrat recruiting and fundraising, the story is now obamacare, which is a problem for democrats. in november 2014, talking about shut do
. lindsay, i'm sorry we rudely interrupted you, but when he watching for on election night? >> as most economists have downgraded their forecast for the second half of the year, we will be watching it closely and we have elections coming up on tuesday. new york mayoral race. as we see this ideological divide between those that like to have meaningful reform and we have a very important interview coming up with you looking at apple. neil: absolutely. >> what's interesting is that for the first time in about 40 years, many of these are already decided. and so we are waking up to the factory orders report on monday morning in what is a matter to our viewers? it is the gauge of health and how all those big ticket orders get paid as they gauge the health of the economy. >> we will watch it very closely and the election. >> the focus this week has been on obama care. in case you didn't know it, the fed held a big meeting as well. who better to talk about the future of health care and interest rates than retired doctor and congressman ron paul, right here, right now. >> from the fox business
that chris christie helped mitt romney lucido election. i think that is a bit overstated. but he did prove that a prominent republican can build a prominent democrat and get a lot done. as critics say, not much was done. that is the template that olympia snowe wants to see more of. from both parties. she is coming up next. at od, whatever business you're in, that's the business we're in with premium service like one of the best on-time delivery records and a low claims ratio, we do whatever it takes to make your business our business. od. helping the world keep promises. at bny mellon, our business is investments. managing them, moving them, making them work. we oversee 20% of the world's financial assets. and that gives us scale and insight no one else has. investment management combined with investment servicing. bringing the power of investments to people's lives. invested in the world. bny mellon. >> we have worked incredibly closely and i think that this is one of our best conversations on that and it has been a great working relationship. neil: chris christie got throttled by a lot o
advance a little, that chris christie might look good in a national election he could get past the republican nomination? they got that giving the government could never get nominated. do you buy that? >> hopefully that will change. >> we need people that are willing to look at the issues and examine the facts and develop solutions and work with people across the aisle. and if you don't have a vote coming up to vote with people on both sides and that is a responsibility with an elective office and i can tell you that in speaking to so many audiences, both in college campuses and other places, they are nursing for that type of leadership and they want practical government. it is changing our ability to solve major problems. neil: given your philosophy, because you are very independent thinking, and i would imagine you look ill upon ted cruz and others who all but force a government shutdown? >> absolutely. it was not an achievable strategy. neil: you do not buy their point that they made a statement and that that was a powerful statement, you just figure and that they are wastin
rudely interrupted you, but when he watching for on election night? >> as most economists have downgraded their forecast for the second half of the year, we will be watching it cosely and we have elections coming up on tuesday. new york mayoral race. as we see this ideological divide between those that like to have meaningful reform and we have a very important interview coming up with you looking at apple. neil: absolutely. >> what's interesting is that for the first time in about 40 years, many of these are already decided. and so we are waking up to the factory orders report on monday morning in what is a matter to our viewers? it is the gauge of health and manufacturing section and think about planes and trains and automobiles. >> have a magnificent weekend. melissa: everyday america wakes up to the revelation of and is a spy and how deep is the dole and white does that mean whatever i have to wake up? >> could be a drone? they are being tried and tested in places you never even thought of. how can you make money? we'll tell you right now. melissa: the drones are coming it could be th
, but when he watching for on election night? >> as most economists have downaded their forecast for the second half of the year, we will be watching it closely and we have elections coming up on tuesday. new york mayoral race. as we see this ideological divide between those that like to have meaningful reform and we have a very important interview cong up with you looking at apple. neil: absolutely. >> what's interesting is that for the first time in about 40 years, many of these are already decided. and so we are waking up to the factory orders report on monday morning in what is a matter to our viewers? it is the gauge of health and manufacturing section and think about planes and trains and automobiles.hhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhhr tonight's "willis report." have a great weekend and we will be back on monday. lou: the obama white house has refused to divulge the number of people who have enrolled in obamacare since the law went into effect. and now we know why. the numbers are so embarrassingly low that the obama administration is scrambling to wish her that this signature legislative
elections next tuesday. if it matters to you, it matters to us, which is why we are live covering all ofhis at 8:00 p.m. on fox business for as long as it takes, just as the polls are close are in virginia, a very crucial governor's race. and in new jersey in what could determine a certain governor's next race. and in new york city, where a sharp turn to the left could change the financial industry as we know it. even there, you guys would have to agree with me. we're on them all, with some of the biggest names of all, like we've been for every convention and rally, caucus and primary from the very beginning of this network. if it is about your economic future, no one is hotter on it than fox business. and it all kicks off next tuesday. be there, invest wisely. your time really is your money. >>> but up here next, first it was harry. now it is nancy. they say they need more taxes. but get this. they have already got a record amount from all of us in taxes. . now back to neil cavuto. for all of your news headlines, log on to foxnews.com. >> we should go back to the table to reduce the defici
or president, but we had an election a couple years ago, because in part he perpetrated this myth. he was reelected. lou: and speaking of this administration responding, in peculiar ways, the administrators at centers for medicare and medicaid service telling congress and the u.s. to go to hell today, not responding to how many people have been enrolled under health healthcare.gov, we have no idea, because this administration has ordered this president has ordered agency heads and divisions of those agencies and departments to stonewall the congress of the united states. >> yeah, lou, amazing coming from someone who promised to be the most transparent administration, you have "fast and furious," and benghazi, and the nsa, and internal revenue service and now obamacare. committees of congress and equal branch of government, that has a constitutional responsibility to provide oversight cannot get what ought to be available, which is how many people have enrolled. lou: absolutely, conforming to the administration's method of operation. it is clear whether any one of the scandals you ment
with the federal election commission, judicial watch said they obtained e-mails from lerner that shows she disclosed information from several conservative groups including the american future fund, and the american issues project. lerner retired from the irs last month. but congressional investigations are ongoing. >> on wall street today stocks moved low edow down 73, nazdaq down 7, and nazdaq down 11. >> stocks posted strong gains for october, dow up 3% in october, s&p you of 4 1/2%, and nazdaq a gain of nearly 4%. on economic front, jobless claims fell by 10,000 last week. we're coming right back with much more. stay with us. >> out of touch perhaps but real out of the loop too? the president's accolade shield him from scandal from benghazi to the obamacare, the obama defense remains the same, he just doesn't know. congressman brad win drop with us next. as a business owner, i'm constantly putting out fires. so i deserve a small business credit card with amazing rewards. with the spark cascard from capital one, i get 2% cash back on ery purchase, every day. i break my back around here.
'll see you right back here tomorrow. lou: for millions of americans tonight is election eve, as such goes, tomorrow's elections are being styled as a referendum on obamacare. and administration that has been dishonest with americans, the biggest problem for the president, is that millions of americans are learning first hand. dimensions of that dishonesty, i am lou dobbs. >> good evening we're just hours away tonight from polls opening across the country. residents of some of the nation's big of cities are set to choose their
? ever? >> well, this is the point. when we talk about winning elections. and the-- i understand all of the i am p poe-- impetus to stop the policies, but the only thing the way it will be stopped by republicans is by winning elections. recall, when one party has all the real estate in washington d.c., they can do an awful lot. obamacare went through when the democrats had both houses of congress and the white house, if they have that again, this could turn from obamacare into single payer pretty quickly. >> okay. dually noted. arthur brooks, thank you for joining us, much appreciated. >> thanks, stuart. check the big boards, we add consumer confidence numbers out, a lower reading than expected and we come down a little on the dow. well, we were up 50 of 60 and now we're up 35, 36. charles, that's not a big impact from consumer confidence. charles: that's not a big impact. and the consumer confidence numbers out of sync for a while. stuart: i'm sorry to jump in. but what does it tell you about the economy going forward? if consumer confidence is declining now? >> the about and real n
election? >> we are as far away from that is possible and i think the rollout has been disastrous and kathleen sebelius took responsibility for that today, saying that it has been a debacle. but the question is how does that impact voters and you take a state like new jersey and you heard a congressman say that there's 800,000 people who will be negatively impacted with policy changes in the look out at california and there is a larger number there because that was a highly unregulated insurance market. >> hundreds of thousands by each provider. cancellations and you're hearing about. >> if you look at new jersey and california, they are both blue states. it's not likely to have a big shift in terms of the senate race and certainly not when you get to 2016 in the presidential race. but if this thing implodes and then becomes a matter of blame game on a massive scale than we what we are seeing now, then there is a potential for fallout and right now you have to say that it doesn't look like it. if you get to a state like florida, they could have some complaints. but right now polit
for election. i mean, they are scrambling trying to figure out, the democrats, what to do, all the ones who voted for it. you know, i wish that the republicans hadn't shut down the government in order to make a point, because they could have sat back and let this thing crash of its own weight which it's clearly doing. and the thing that startles me so is to have kathleen sebelius and to have the president say, well, we didn't know when you see things that are saying, you get examples of stuff that they heard that said, guess what? we're going to have a problem here. this is the biggest thing this administration has done. they put all their marbles in this basket, and to not be on top of it 24/7 to make sure you got it right, we haven't ever unrolled or rolled out a big plan like this that hasn't had some glitches, fair enough. that happens. but to have it this bad, to have things fall off the edge this badly that is just -- connell: you bring up a good political point, and that brings up a question about the future because a couple weeks ago we were talking about the internal war inside you
and deficits rather than dealing with the fact that one year from this month we will have an election that will answer a lot of the questions on policy in the country's direction. >> the flaws and obamacare are becoming evident. the republicans have not put enough investment in proposing a clear alternative that will actually help people lives. for example, medicaid is going to be horrible medicine for the people did get. lou: thank you for being with us. meeting with the united nations. he's n ♪ lou: the nfl blackout rules, my gosh, i am delighted to welcome to the broadcast tonight, a veteran sportscaster, fox news contributor, jim gray. great to see you. thank you for being with us. >> great to be with you teeseven let me start with this meeting of the issue of the redskins' name, whether are not the team name will survive all of this. your thought. >> well, the nfl did need a couple of others. the commissioner did not. the commissioner met with dan snyder a few days ago. the commissioner wants this all to go away, and it is not going to because they said that the business is an
they have to pay for it. you approve? >> the people who elected to congress that passed the law that elected the president who signed the law have decided that we want to make sure that health insurance when you buy it, it will actually cover you when you get sick. stuart: i repeat the question, what do you say to those 160,000 people who have received letters saying that their plan, the one they chose, the one they like is being discontinued. what do you say to those 160,000 people in california? >> i say take a look at what you're getting now. health insurance that will cover your primary-care visit, preventive care for free, go to the hospital and another that will be covered, go to the emergency room and know that will be covered. get care and health insurance that will cover the care they need. don't listen to the hype. take a look at what you're actually getting instead of getting so bent out of shape of the fact that some news. take a look of what we're getting. stuart: forced to take it at much higher cost. why don't you let people decide? >> they do decide. stuart: no, they don't. y
into questions. >> compassion would insist that our elected officials both in congress and senate, and of course, the president himself take responsibility and take seriously that responsibility to govern, that means to manage this huge massive government that is tour federal government. no one seems -- i shouldn't say no one -- very few people seem to be taking seriously that responsibility in the administration. you talked about the number of people losing their coverage. kaiser today, people who have been pushed out. individuals inshurg themselves. having their insurance removed. the affordable care act, blue cross and major insurance in philadelphia dropping 45% of its individual-acquired policy. 20% to 45% across the country. can congress do something that this administration will not? >> those are the millions of people we worried about that would lose their insurance? . choose the insurances that's right for them. i don't think we would be in this. we were reminded repeatedly by the president, that is the law and it will work. we'll try over the next two weeks to help people. if it turns
no longer keep that promise. >> i have elected that secretary of the treasury to suspend the convertibility of the dollar into gold. >> for the first time in history the dollar was just a piece of paper. >> what does this mean for you? your dollar will be worth just as much tomorrow as it i today. >> of the next decade the cost of living more than doubled. the dollar lost more than half of its value. john: nixon was wrong. imagine that to my politician be wrong. we got inflation which rose up to 13%. >> the fed keeps making the same mistake over and over again. in the 1970's it was printing too much money. the dollar lost more than half its value. right after nixon made that promise. >> inflation is low today, and recently they had the confidence to do what they have done of the past few years contract to stimulate the economy by printing lots of money to buy treasury bonds on dubious bank paper. in total they have spent almost $4 trillion. a dozen people decide to create $4 trillion. they did most of this after the stimulus failed to stimulate. >> the fed upped the ante. ♪ with interest
of years many hospitals have gone to asking people to pay the deductible indians for elective non-emergency surgery because they have had a record of not people paying their portion so that is a common practice it is not required under obamacare but more hospitals are doing that to be paid in full. >> that is true. but they cannot withhold care so then they may ask you get your surgery in another facility so you still get your care it just isn't where you want it. gerri: let's get back to phone calls. caller: when you have a an individual policy if you don't pay their premiums you are terminated what about with obamacare when they don't pay the premiums with the extenuating circumstance they cannot pay the bills? where are they in the system now? tried to find coverage? >> that is a good question and i don't think we have a clear idea is i know when you enroll if you don't pay the premium ultimately you will be dropped and also be fined for not having individual mandated coverage but that does account for people who cannot pay their premiums but i think you would have to reapply h
to a point of retirement age, leave the workforce and then elect to come back in to the workforce. melissa: yeah. >> that is because they understand, there is a lot of benefit to it. to jonathan's point you feel productive, valued and respected that comes with perspective of maturity. melissa: older workers working for good bosses. bring it full circle. maybe like a lot of young people, go ahead. >> retire and find themselves at home and go back to work because they dope want to kill their spouse. melissa: right. there is that whole don't kill your spouse thing as incentive to be happy at work. that makes all kinds of sense. >> think how much difficult we make it to be employed or higher minimum wage but regulations to not only get money but self-esteem. melissa: always better than going home and killing your spouse. thanks to all three of you. we appreciate it. >>> coming up, clue countless ceos, why are so many completely incompetent when it comes to technology? is yours? keep watching? is your household morphing into one like mr. mom? many are. marketers are catering to the manfluencers
could this month have helped cover? >> here is jeany from california, said i'm pissed our elected officials are not adult enough, to handle their jobs, they are jeopardizing our nation, or economy, and reputation for what? we need real long-term strategies now, get over yards, get to work handling t business. >> i love hearing from you go, to gerriwillis.com. gerri: we've been talking about the disast er that is the obamacare roll out, nearly 5 weeks but the problems are not resolved, not yet. this weekend, the web site failed again, portal failed. but to be clear, the web site should be the easy part. successful on-line marketplaces are launched every day, we're seeing elements of the real trouble, hundreds of thousands of people told they will lose their healthcare, after the president promised they could keep it and more frightening, thousands of medicare recipients told their doctor's contracts are being terminated by insurers, not only with you not keep your coverage but you can't even keep your doctor. democrats say that obamacare is law of the land, sure enough but it needs
never done qe elect the fed is doing it. i would have started raising rates a while ago. i do agree we are in a bond bubble. i don't know if it is epic or not, but we are in a bond bubble. the fed is confusing the market. that is no doubt about that. when it came time to do it, they pulled the football away like lucy, and they shocked everybody. i also don't believe this is all about the unemployment rate or the outlook for the economy. there is a thing called the taylor rule. i don't mean to get too complicated here, but it is a really simple rule. it tells the fed where it should set interest rates. back in the middle of the winter of '0, '09, it said rate should be negative 7%. liz: let me interrupt here. if we show where fed funds futures have been. for the past three years they have been at 02 a quarter percent. let's not forget mortgage rates. mortgage rates moving higher when the fed began telegraphing, tapering would start to happen. this almost like the fed panicked and now the fed is saying and peter bronze brought this up, as long as these rates stay low because they did com
of things the way that law is implemented, they po poned a lot of regulations until after the election. gerri: what about changing the shopping feature, that was politically motivated. >> it came in last couple of weeks, they will try to throw the private contractors under the bus, they can't go too far or they will reveal private memos, which will not look good. that was a turn off to keep people from knowing what the real prices were to induce them in. gerri: she is an old insurance commissioner, that is often the job of someone who is very political, and who really wants to hold the industry's feet to the fire. >> she believed in regulation as insurance commissioner in kansas. she was on the other side. she is not only a second-hand manager, she is a believer in this. gerri: you could hear in her voice, her commitment to the idea, that everyone should get health care, this is a national right. is this a national right. >> it is a particular kind of healthcare, insurance means you have to be covered for every single thing, normally in business world, you get hit by a bus, you have a
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